By John Matthew Simon | November 28th, 2012
The Chicago new wave duo Shuteye have self-released their debut LP, Hush Hush, to much fanfare. The duo produces a sound reminiscent of Ladytron and The Knife; a mixture of shoegaze, electro, and synth-centric techno.
The group has been lauded as one of the best new bands emerging from the Second City, already opening for acts like Crystal Castles, Peaches, Toro y Moi and more. Here we have the first single, “Hearts And Stones,” from their debut long-player. A debut that is chalk full scintillating vocals and progressive beats, which will certainly captivate the minds, ears and hearts of the listener.
If Hush Hush is an indicator of things to come, then look for this duo to be taking over the sound waves and pushing a new style of EDM to the forefront of American bangers and raves.